ESOcast 128: Why Astronomers Want to Use ALMA - ALMA Observes the Invisible

ESOcast 128 describes how astronomers look at the Universe and why astronomers need ALMA, the largest ground-based facility for observing radio waves, in order to understand phenomena in some of the dustiest and most distant regions of our Universe.

Credit:

ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO) 

Script: María Corrêa-Mendes 
Illustration and Animation: María Corrêa-Mendes 
Narration: Callum Bellhouse 
Music: Memories - Bensound.com
Sound effectswww.zapsplat.com; Mark DiAngelo, CC 3.0 http://soundbible.com/2068-Woosh.html#WhooshSound; Mike Koenig, CC 3.0, http://soundbible.com/995-jab.html; Dr Minky, CC 3.0, 
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Audio Post: Lenz Music 
Produced by: The JAO Education & Outreach Department.
Supervised by: José Pinto (Graphic Designer) and Valeria Foncea/Nicolás Lira (Journalists). 

About the Video

Id:esocast128a
Release date:25 September 2017, 16:00
Related announcements:ann17061
Duration:02 m 42 s

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